I am not a dignitary by any stretch of the imagination, and I am more than certain Lady T was not at all aware of my existence… but growing up in Southeast Asia in a former British colony, my family had great reverence for Lady T. As a young child, I was inspired by Lady T’s success story to work and study hard.
Despite getting only 2 hours of sleep, I woke up at the crack of dawn this morning to watch her funeral via the internet to say goodbye. Even in saying goodbye, Baronness Thatcher still inspired me to live my life to the full, with God’s help. I do feel a little sad. It’s as if a chapter in my childhood memories is closed with the passing of the Lady T.
Scholars and historians will all have their say about Mrs. Thatcher’s legacy, but I found myself re-reading the article about what was in Mrs. Thatcher’s purse that I had posted a while back. Here it is again if you had missed it the first time!
Meanwhile, I have a little Spring-ish treat for you tomorrow. Do come back.
Later, my Dear Friends!